We have recently invested in a new “state of the art” digital x-ray machine. It allows us to take very high-quality images in a fraction of the time taken by our previous system which involved manual processing of the images. This ensures rapid diagnosis and as the images are displayed on a computer screen, they can be manipulated to get the maximum information. If necessary, the images can be sent via e-mail to a referral centre for immediate assessment.
This is an x-ray which shows a cat that been shot with an airgun. Two pellets are visible and one of the pellets has broken the femur - the two broken ends can be seen
This is a lovely view of several urinary calculi filling a dogs bladder.
This cat sustained a dislocated hip after being hit by a car.
Impressive metalwork used to repair a fractured elbow